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Image via World Economic Forum / Flickr Financial markets have responded robustly in the wake of Brexit with a surge in easing expectations supporting the Nikkei, which has recovered just shy of 14% from the post-Brexit lows. These calmer conditions might perhaps be a reason that the BOJ could use to remain in “wait and see” mode for now thou...

2016-07-28 James Harte Read more
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The dollar fell to 18-month lows earlier today after the Bank of Japan left monetary policy unchanged. New Zealand’s quarterly GDP numbers beat forecasts, rising 0.70%. Australia’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.70%. In the UK, retail sales continued to surge. In the US, monthly consumer inflation tame! Today’s Economic events ...

2018-02-14 John Benjamin Read more